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Configure VM virtual graphics cards and terminals

Configure VM virtual graphics cards and terminals: Linux System Engineer: Network Bonding, IPv6, Routing, and Virtual Systems
Configure VM virtual graphics cards and terminals: Linux System Engineer: Network Bonding, IPv6, Routing, and Virtual Systems

There are some major differences between running a virtual machine and a real physical machine. With a physical machine, you can look at the screen to interact with it. With VMs, there is no screen. The output from the VM needs to be made available to the user. In this video, see how to add a virtual video card to your kickstart VM and pass some parameters to the Linux kernel when it boots, so you can have both graphical and text consoles that display the entire boot process.

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